World Trade Center Savannah currently offers internships in the following departments:
Assist in gathering timely research as needed by the Trade Services team including market research for client companies, international market and market trends. Complete extensive research on specific countries and produce a county profile. Create and/or update protocol sheets, assist with target country research and assist with the company database. Assist with research for inbound delegations and outbound trade missions, international companies, regions, industry statistics and companies exploring international markets. Attend WTCSav programs and events as appropriate and assist as needed in all sectors of the organization.
Requirements: Applicant must have research experience, exceptional writing skills, ability to pay close attention to detail, a strong ability to focus and work independently, and an interest in learning about international commerce. Applicant must be fluent in English (another language is a plus) and interested in developing business skills necessary to work in a professional environment.
Programs and Events
Assist with all aspects of coordination for WTCSav Global Education Programs and inbound international delegations, including but not limited to – management and improvement of contact databases; marketing and social networking; staffing of events; management of website and other online company platforms; administrative organization. Assist supervisor with human resource management of WTCSav Internship Program including current interns, alumni, recruitment and orientations. Assist staff on special projects as needed.
Requirements: Applicant must have a strong ability to work independently and as a part of a team, English fluency (another language a plus), exceptional written and verbal skills, an interest in learning about the production of professional programs and events and an interest in developing business skills necessary to work in a professional environment.
Conduct research for sales projects, marketing materials, regional benchmarking, and the website. Manage, update, and manipulate databases. Assist in grant writing, and identifying relevant grant opportunities. Participate in the Cost of Living Survey through C2ER. Analyze and interpret economic and fiscal impact results. Research and generate new ideas to increase organizational efficiencies.
Requirements: Applicant must show exceptional attention to detail, have problem solving skills, and have an ability and willingness to learn new computer and software skills. A familiarity with relevant databases, experience in excel, and excellent organization skills is preferred. Applicant must be fluent in English and interested in developing business skills necessary to work in a professional environment.
Assist with month-end close documents. Review and/or create profit and loss statements. Account for daily cash and credit card receipts. Generate accounts receivable invoices and maintain customer invoice files. Sort and match accounts payable checks, supplier invoices, packing lists and/or check requests and staff expense reports. Assist with grant writing, human resources, and Board of Directors Meetings. Assist with other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Understanding of (or major in) finance, accounting, or related fields. Knowledge of QuickBooks and Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, and Outlook.